own at the burrows, Warren rang the morning
bell at six o'clock sharp. It was an hour earlier
than expected, and everyone dragged themselves
out of their warm cosy beds to line up by the river

Warren was a particularly proud rabbits, with very
long and silky ears he brushed sometimes twice a
day, an immaculately groomed coat. He wore
half spectacles, which he peered over the top of
as he greeted the group.